Cerro Benítez

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Cerro Benítez ("Benítez hill") is a mountain in the Patagonian region of Chile. In a larger context this feature is an element of the Cerro Toro geological complex.[1][2] The Cueva del Milodón Natural Monument is situated on the southern flank of Cerro Benítez.[3] The Cerro Benítez is a location for sighting of the Andean Condor.

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References[edit]

  • C. Michael Hogan (2008) Cueva del Milodon, The Megalithic Portal, ed. A. Burnham [1]
  • Stephen M. Hubbard, Brian W. Romans and Stephan A. Graham (2008) Deep-water foreland basin deposits of the Cerro Toro Formation, Magallanes basin, Chile: architectural elements of a sinuous basin axial channel belt, Sedimentology, Mar. 2008
  • Víctor A. Ramos and J. Duncan Keppie (1999) Laurentia-Gondwana Connections Before Pangea, Geological Society of America ISBN 0-8137-2336-1

Line notes[edit]

  1. ^ V.A.Ramos, 1999
  2. ^ S.M.Hubbard, 2008
  3. ^ C.M.Hogan, 2008

Coordinates: 51°33′S 72°36′W / 51.550°S 72.600°W / -51.550; -72.600